- Newsmaker: Unanimous UN Vote Gives Iraq One Week to Comply
By a unanimous vote, with even Syria assenting, the UN Security Council today passed a tough, new resolution demanding unfettered access for weapons inspectors in Iraq. Evelyn Leopold, United Nations bureau chief for Reuters News Service, reports on the UN process, Iraq-s likelihood to accept the unconditional conditions, and the potential impact US policy in the region.
- Reporter's Notebook: South America-s Terrorism
Immediately after September 11, intelligence agencies looked at the intersection boundaries of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay for suspected terrorists. Now, attention has turned that way again, with reports that the Tri-Border Region is a planning center for acts of terror against US and Israel. Mike Boettcher, a national correspondent and terrorism expert for CNN, looks at the sources, targets and the Wild West nature of the area.
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